Morristown finished unbeaten in the NJAC-National with a 64-47 win over Chatham in boys basketball action on Tuesday. Senior guard Sean Hoehn scored 26 points and James Mongey chipped in with nine points for Morristown. Luke Conrad returned to the Cougars with a 10-point performance.
Madison 37, Whippany Park 34
Darnell St. Germain scored 11 points to pace the Dodgers. Mark Basista had 11 points and Ryan Gaynor added 10 for the Wildcats.
Madison rallied from behind with a 12-3 fourth-quarter run.
West Morris 70, Delbarton 30
Conor Barron scored 15 points and Sam McClellan and Daniel Moylan added 10 apiece for the Wolfpack. West Morris led 30-11 at the half. No player had more than five points for the Green Wave.
Boonton 75, Parsippany Hills 69
Sammy Asani’s 32-point performance paced the Bombers. Hazel Rios contributed 14 points and Joel McCabe added 13. Amnj Nagenderan scored 21 to lead the Vikings.
Morris Catholic 62, Pequannock 43
Wayne Patterson scored 23 points and Amir Allen added 15 points and 17 rebounds for the Crusaders. Kevin Glynn had 12 points and Ian Campbell added 10 for the Golden Panthers.
Jefferson 59, Morris Hills 39
The Falcons start a new winning streak. Joey Natale and Dillon Washington scored eight points each for the Scarlet Knights.
Mount Olive 82, High Point 72
Ryan Traub scored 25 points including five 3-pointers for the Marauders. Rashaan Spencer had 21 points, Zach Heeman had 13 and Jason Drury tossed in 10 for Mount Olive.
Hanover Park 75, Parsippany 58
Five players scored in double figures for the Hornets. Nick Burbella scored 17 points and Kevin Healy had 16 for Hanover Park. Leonard Lee had 22 points for the Red Hawks.
Mountain Lakes 38, Governor Livingston 33
Matt Reese scored 11 points and Christian Cuccinello added nine to lift the Lakers.
Kinnelon 69, Butler 62
John Hamil scored 17 points and Jaison Buchanan added 15 for the Colts. Nick Ballistreri poured in 25 points for the Bulldogs.
Randolph 66, Roxbury 53
A 21-10 third-quarter performance decided the game between rival neighbors. Michael Talbert scored 18 points and Barry Lynch and Andre Sciancalepore had 17 apiece. Doug Alexander scored 16 points for the Gaels.
Mendham 70, Montville 53
The Minutemen took control with a 20-12 third-quarter effort. Jack Horan scored 15 points and Joe Lamberto had 14 for the Minutemen. Jesse Warech had 14 points and Eric Werheim had 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Mustangs.
Morristown-Beard 61, Oratory Prep 44
Brandon Babb scored 13 points and Matt McFadden, Stephen Sangree and Matt Stark had 10 points apiece for the Crimson.